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  • Operations

    Introduction: In order to effectively evaluate a practice, the operational structure and daily operations of the office must be understood. The operational efficiencies, or inefficiencies, can have a direct impact on the economic return, both short and long term, and should not be ignored. A lack of understanding of how the medical practice operates, as well as how day to day decisions are made, can at a minimum cause a great deal of frustration ...
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